Comedian Louis C.K. took a guest spot on Conan O’Brien’s talk show Thursday night. The two had a lot to talk about as they go way back. O’Brian hired the then struggling comic as a writer on his show when he took over for David Letterman.
C.K. has conquered the comedy world since then. His FX show exposed his unique style and comedic chops to millions of viewers. After joking about suicide etiquette, George W. Bush, and Americans’ bigotry towards Mexicans, Louis announced to O’Brien about his new comedy special that was filmed on November 10 at the New York Comedy Festival.
“It’s not going to be on HBO, Netflix, iTunes, or anything,” he said. “I’m just paying for it with the ticket money from the people that bought tickets … [and you can] go on my website, it’s five bucks. Paypal. That’s the only way you can see it. I won’t really make any money, but it’s more fun that way.”
It’s hard to say if the special is worthy the five bucks, but if enough people tune in, C.K. could actually turn in some profit.
Check out C.K. on O’Brien’s show here:
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